There''s the plot in ZHP: Unlosing Ranger vs Darkdeath Evilman, and then there''s the rest of the story. We''ve seen a small fraction of the game''s true value, the plethora of optional dungeons that you can test every step of the way.
These Special Dungeons aren''t just the cream of ZHP''s crop, but they''re also randomly-generated given that the story stages all are. Here, you''ll see the difference between the wide range of wacky scenes from beginning to finish.
We''ll begin by going over Mastery Caves, since we kind of teased them a bit when we mentioned Level 4. Your first foray into these strange new worlds can begin as soon as you''ve cleared that fourth level in full.
These are daunting tasks. If you''re looking into one as early as it starts, prepare for something that goes above and beyond what you faced in those early levels of the main game. There are four in all, and two of them will unlock per progress in previous Mastery Caves. The first Hero is the 60 floors in length, with monsters ranging from one to three.
Completing exactly half of New Hero gives access to Mid-Tier Hero, which is 100 floors long, and cranking up the monster ranks from one to four. Half of that is getting you Veteran Hero; prepare for 150 floors here with three-to-five on the ol'' monster scale.
Absolute Hero is set to have a total of 200 monsters with up to six. However, unlocking this means the final release of every Dengeki Dungeon in a matter of seconds.
If you can''t get very far, you should go back to floor 30, but be wary. The map is even more blurby.
On the other hand, you should absolutely dive into the start of New Hero as soon as it becomes available. Mastery Caves are where ZHP: Unlosing Ranger vs Darkdeath Evilman works. These clever people will happily work at your home base, but they can easily reward you with items, abilities, and actions that cannot be found anywhere else. In this sense, everything synergizes rather nicely.
Fans of JRPGs are more likely to be fans of anime and manga than on these devices. Perhaps not, however, the three Japanese entertainment mediums have enough in common that it should go without saying someone who has read Ryohga Narita''s award-winning Baccano! manga, Unlosing Ranger, vs Darkdeath Evilman, may be the target audience.
When did this guide become an historical book? The moment Nippon Ichi decided to add Dengeki Bunko Dungeons into the game, that''s when. (Or rather, many years later, when this guide was being written.) ZHS appears to be a good place for some crossovers, with 16 Dengeki Bunko Dungeons each following a specific character from the publisher''s vast catalog.
The first six cards found via the New Hero Dungeon, the next five via the Mid-Tier Hero Dungeon, and the last five via the Veteran Hero Dungeon are limited to those who purchased Dengeki Bunko Dungeons.